A Cultural Hub for Car Lovers, Lexus’s New Intersect Space in New York Merges Gourmet Cuisine With Top-Gear Design

Located in the Meatpacking District, the luxurious space is the new destination for auto fans who want to rev up their cultural side, too.

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Editors’ Picks: 13 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week

Catch a talk with David Salle, a screening of Julian Schnabel’s new Vincent van Gogh film at MoMA, and Walter Robinson’s Johannes Vogt show.

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Released From Jail, Artist Tania Bruguera Vows to Remain in Cuba to Continue Her Fight Against a New Censorship Law

The news comes after the government watered down elements of the law.

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Demonstrators Fill the Whitney Museum—and Burn Sage—to Protest Its Vice Chairman’s Ties to Tear Gas Manufacturer

Decolonize This Place and other activist groups brought banners and chants to the Whitney Museum this weekend.

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Art Industry News: Congo’s President Will Demand Looted Art From Belgium’s Africa Museum + Other Stories

Plus, Leonardo DiCaprio’s love affair with dinosaur skulls continues and London’s Old Master auctions are patchy.

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Can a Revamped Africa Museum Appease the Critics of Belgium’s Colonial Crimes? Here’s How Its Trying

The $84 million restoration includes bringing contemporary African artists into the galleries of the “last colonial museum.”

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From the iPhone-Wielding Turner Prize Winner to Art Basel’s Biggest Hits: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

Catch up on this week’s news—fast.

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Who Says Art Is Useless? A German Art Collective Outs 25 Neo-Nazis in an Online Sting Operation

The far-right extremists thought they got away with rioting in the city of Chemnitz in August.

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